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In 2013, DeAngelo’s endorsements include the following: <ref>[http://www.politickernj.com/66374/afl-cio-endorses-candidates-elections ''PolitickerNJ.com'', "AFL-CIO endorses candidates for elections", Accessed September 7, 2013]</ref>
In 2013, DeAngelo’s endorsements included the following: <ref>[http://www.politickernj.com/66374/afl-cio-endorses-candidates-elections ''PolitickerNJ.com'', "AFL-CIO endorses candidates for elections", Accessed September 7, 2013]</ref>
:* The New Jersey AFL-CIO
:* The New Jersey AFL-CIO

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Wayne DeAngelo
New Jersey General Assembly District 14
In office
2008 - Present
Term ends
January 12, 2016
Years in position 7
Base salary$49,000/year
Elections and appointments
Last electionNovember 5, 2013
First elected2007
Next generalNovember 3, 2015
Term limitsN/A
OtherRupert John Trade School
Date of birth11/05/1965
Place of birthTrenton, NJ
ProfessionAssistant Business Manager, IBEW Local 269
Office website
Personal website
Campaign website
Wayne P. DeAngelo is a Democratic member of the New Jersey General Assembly, representing District 14. He was first elected to the chamber in 2007. He currently serves as Speaker Pro Tempore.

Prior to his election to the Assembly he served on the Hamilton Township Council from 2001-2005.[1]


DeAngelo attended Mercer County Community College and earned a degree in Electrical from the Rupert John Trade School in 1991. His professional experience includes working as an Assistant Business Manager with the International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers, Local 269.[2]

Committee assignments



Assemblyman DeAngelo discusses green energy and jobs

  • A2138 Provides for mandatory life imprisonment for sexual assault upon a minor.
  • A2139 Requires a State tax expenditure report be included in the Governor's annual budget message.
  • A2493 "New Jersey Fair Debt Collection Practices Act."
  • A3701 Requires all new State buildings to have solar or geothermal energy systems, where feasible.[3]

National Political Awareness Test

DeAngelo's answers to the New Jersey State Legislative Election 2007 National Political Awareness Test are available. He did not answer the question to list his top priorities. [4]



See also: New Jersey General Assembly elections, 2013

DeAngelo won re-election in the 2013 election for New Jersey General Assembly District 14. DeAngelo was bracketed with Daniel Benson. He was unopposed in the June 4 Democratic primary. He and incumbent Daniel Benson (D) defeated Ronald Haas (R), Steve Cook (R), Steven Uccio (L) and Sean O'Connor (L) in the general election which took place on November 5, 2013.[5] [6][7]


See also: New Jersey General Assembly elections, 2011

DeAngelo won re-election in 2011. He and incumbent Daniel Benson ran unopposed in the June 7 primary. They then defeated Sheree McGowan, Wayne Wittman, and Steven Welzer in the November 8 general election.[8]

New Jersey General Assembly District 14 General Election, 2011
Party Candidate Vote % Votes
     Democratic Green check mark transparent.pngWayne DeAngelo Incumbent 29% 26,626
     Democratic Green check mark transparent.pngDaniel Benson Incumbent 28% 25,662
     Republican Sheree McGowan 20.9% 19,135
     Republican Wayne Wittman 20.8% 19,100
     Green Steven Welzer 1.3% 1,189
Total Votes 91,712


Asbury Park Press

District 14 was one of only three districts that the Asbury Park Press identified as competitive in 2011. The other two are Districts 2 and 38. Districts 2 and 38 could lean more Republican after 2011 redistricting, and District 14 may still favor Democrats. As evidence, they cited a drop in registered Democrats in Districts 2 and 38, and only a small decrease in registered Democrats in District 14. History has shown, argued APP, that districts where Democrats hold less than a 10,000 registered voter advantage typically favor the GOP. The Democratic registration advantage in District 14 is roughly 21,000, (down from 25,000).[9]


See also: New Jersey General Assembly elections, 2009

Running for re-election in 2009, DeAngelo was bracketed with Linda Greenstein and defeated challengers Rob Calabro, William Harvey, Jr., and Gene Baldassari.[10][11]

New Jersey Assembly General Election, Fourteenth Legislative District (2009)
Candidates Votes
Green check mark transparent.png Linda R. Greenstein (D) 37,958
Green check mark transparent.png Wayne P. DeAngelo (D) 35,791
Rob Calabro (R) 30,479
William T. Harvey, Jr. (R) 29,530

Campaign donors

Comprehensive donor information for DeAngelo is available dating back to 2007. Based on available campaign finance records, DeAngelo raised a total of $1,448,015 during that time period. This information was last updated on August 16, 2013.[12]

Wayne DeAngelo's Campaign Contribution History
Year Office Result Contributions
2011 New Jersey General Assembly, District 14 Won $571,057
2009 New Jersey General Assembly, District 14 Won $248,590
2007 New Jersey General Assembly, District 14 Won $628,368
Grand Total Raised $1,448,015


DeAngelo won re-election to the New Jersey General Assembly in 2011. During that election cycle, DeAngelo raised a total of $571,057.


DeAngelo won re-election to the New Jersey General Assembly in 2009. During that election cycle, DeAngelo raised a total of $15,355.


DeAngelo won election to the New Jersey General Assembly in 2007. During that election cycle, DeAngelo raised a total of $15,355.



In 2013, DeAngelo’s endorsements included the following: [13]

  • The New Jersey AFL-CIO

Labor unions

On June 7, the New Jersey Building and Construction Trades Council announced its endorsement of 26 Democrats and seven Republican candidates running in the 2013 general election. The trades council's endorsement placed special emphasis on the re-election of the "Building Trades Seven." The group -- composed of legislators who are also members of New Jersey union building trades -- includes senators DeAngelo, Stephen Sweeney, John Amodeo, Troy Singleton, Donald Norcross, Joseph Egan and Thomas Giblin.[14]

In addition to its endorsement of the 33 Senate candidates, the trades council also endorsed 67 Assembly candidates -- 55 Democrats and 12 Republicans. [14]


Labor unions

On August 4, the New Jersey AFL-CIO voted to deny 22 Democrats, most notably Senators Stephen Sweeney and Donald Norcross, their endorsement in the 2011 general election. Earlier this year, these Democrats crossed the aisle and voted in favor of preventing public employee unions from collectively bargaining for health benefits and pensions--a move opposed by state labor unions.[15]

Although their endorsements were voted down, Sweeney and Norcross just barely missed the mark. A two-thirds vote of the endorsement convention is needed to bestow an official endorsement. Sweeney and Norcross fell short with 61% and 59%, respectively.[15]

Four Assembly Democrats (also union officials) who voted against the revocation of bargaining rights received enthusiastic endorsements--Thomas Giblin, Wayne DeAngelo, Joseph Egan and Nelson Albano all received endorsements on August 4. No Republicans were endorsed by the AFL-CIO.[15]


DeAngelo and his wife, Toni, have two daughters: Natalie and Julia.

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